Thread: Was This the Real 2020 Democratic Plan, which got Blown Up with Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s Death?

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Posted: Oct 31, 2020 2:56 AM
Thread: Was This the Real 2020 Democratic Plan, which got Blown Up with Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s Death?

Source: AP Photo/Manuel Balce Ceneta

Larry Schweikart has been tracking the early vote totals. He’s been signaling a Trump win for a bit now. He noted how Democrats are going to get bloodied in Florida. He also called out pollsters for how they were sampling GOP voters in their surveys. 

If Trump wins Florida, Biden’s chances of winning the election dip below 50 percent, the core three (FL, AZ, and NC) probably go Trump, with Michigan and Ohio probably following suit. That’s the election right there. I mean, if we win Michigan, we’ll probably carry Pennsylvania as well. It’s the icing on the cake. Yet, Schweikart's recent thread on Twitter didn’t have to do with the early vote totals. It delved into the real 2020 Democratic playbook, and how they knew two years ago that they probably didn’t have a chance in hell of beating Trump due to the booming economy and frankly a real depth chart issue. You saw that in the 2020 Democratic primaries. None of these guys could beat Trump. None.

Joe was the last man standing because he supposedly is the best option due to his blue-collar roots, which have been marred in scandal over the alleged corrupt deal-making that he and Hunter Biden did in China and Ukraine. If Trump pulls this off, and I think he will, Hunter Biden was not only the October Surprise but gave the greatest in-kind contribution to the Trump re-election campaign by far. Seriously though, the Democratic base isn’t excited for this guy. They wore multiple "t-shirts of the week" regarding the more lefty candidates out there. Bernie Sanders was the flavor of the month before Black Democrats in the South clipped his chances again. It’s settled. Bernie can’t win over Black Democrats. He’s done as a national option. Kamala Harris got slapped down by none other than Rep. Tulsi Gabbard (D-HI) over her record as a prosecutor. I mean, a lot of folks ran, but how many could last? People knew Joe, so I guess they decided to back him. That’s not a ringing endorsement.

So, what does Schweikart think was the Democrats' plan before COVID? He feels that with the Democrats knowing they would be beaten, they wanted to claim fraud and set off another round of the Russian collusion delusion. They wanted a sequel, but the pandemic, he says, gave them hope of a win. With lockdowns in place, let’s do this all via vote-by-mail. You all remember this was the Left’s war cry throughout the summer until the mail-in ballots were being rejected at higher than projected rates because Democratic voters apparently cannot follow instructions. The Democrats have now quietly changed course. Yet, the passing of Ruth Bader Ginsburg killed all hopes of the voter fraud pitch ever working for Democrats.

“Then the anvil fell. RBG died. That meant that there would be NO appeals related to fraud that could succeed,” he wrote.

At around the same time, President Trump got the China Virus, overcame it, and showed that we do not have to walk in constant terror. This meant that the Ds would be heavily voted out by election day, but also that whoever was still available would have to vote under a cloud of terror. This strategy also dramatically damaged their ability to use fraud, because ALL. THE. VOTES. WERE. IN. 

Rs (and the world) could tell how many ballots were outstanding. It made it harder to keep from "calling" a state" early. 

It also worked against the election day chaos in which DemoKKKrats could "find" votes. With a more orderly (and much smaller) flow of people at a given time, it made it harder for one or two ballot-counters "on the take [' [sic] to work their magic.

Either way, I think liberal America is going to be stunned on Election Day.